Farewell Australia

I have been living in Australia for more than six months, with two awesome trips to Papua New Guinea and Cambodia thrown in. It is however now time to part … Read More

Forever Changing Part II

Months ago I wrote Forever Changing, this post is a continuation. It is also inspired by my friend and Jedi brother Christian Fletcher and his great recent post about Art … Read More

Balingup Power line smoke

I have been shooting all day long with Christian Fletcher in the South Western corner of Australia and we have been capturing mankind vs. nature. Altered landscapes, deforestation, mines and … Read More

Rural scapes of Australia’s South West

The very beginning of January Christian Fletcher, Neal Pritchard, Tony Spencer and I embarked on a great photo camping adventure to Esperance in Australia’s South West. While the beaches and … Read More

Fantastic Four Fotographers of the Southwest

Once in a blue moon great teams come together. The Fantastic Four Fotographers of the Australian Southwest is one such great team. Christian Fletcher, Neil Pritchard of Spool Photography, Antony … Read More

People of the PNG TNFP Jungle

Captured deep in the wild jungles of Papua New Guinea, risking life and limb and camera to the distinct possibility of ending up speared and as the main course for … Read More

Altered World

It is hypnotic witnessing an active volcano. A volcano that yawned and rumbled the day before we explored this ground. A volcano that can change our world with powers beyond … Read More

Papua New Guinea gallery is online

I am proud and thrilled to present the first selection of images from my November 2010 trip to Papua New Guinea, onboard the best ship in the world, The True … Read More

Dugout Canoes of PNG

Dugout canoes are the transport of choice in the remote parts of Papua New Guinea and they come in all shapes and sizes from a one person canoe to boats … Read More

F-Stop Camera Bag

I try to travel and shoot as minimal as possible but I must admit to having outgrown my current bag. Every time I fly (and that happens far too often, … Read More

Island of Infinity

The Three Musketeers tend to have almost too much fun competing constantly. First, discussing who spotted this timeless micro island. Mark spotted it from the air in the helicopter, Christian … Read More

Paradise Found

Papua New Guinea. The name itself conjures up images of exotic remote islands, head hunters and cannibals. In reality it can only be summed up in two words: Paradise Found. … Read More

Tales of Papua New Guinea

Tuesday afternoon on the True North and I am sitting in the bar in a nice big sofa typing on my mac. I just returned from a good 5-600 meter … Read More

Destination Papua New Guinea

I am presently in Cairns, Australia after a grueling 38 hours spent in the air and in airports. Human plane technology needs a serious upgrade and I need my own … Read More

Help protect the pristine Kimberley

I have blogged about James Price Point several times before, recent post from March is here. Thankfully, thanks to the campaigns to save the Kimberley and James Price Point and … Read More